Friday, December 14, 2012

Contra Mundum Press making waves with exceptional literature

 Many American artists continue to exist in an aesthetic vacuum and don’t create within a larger continuum and lineage. Fitzgerald, Steinbeck, and Salinger, all highly over-celebrated, rather average writers, are absolute oddities, though not in a positive way. That they wrote what they did post-Huysmans, post-Musil, or post-Hofmannsthal is baffling.
           - Rainer J. Hanshe, founder of Contra Mundum Press

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